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icicles

(ˈɑɪs sɪklæz)
n. pure cocaine in a crystallized form. (Drugs.) Are icicles the same as crack?
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Icicles, colored lights and snowflakes hang from this wintry home where candy canes, trees and reindeer are there to greet you.
Nancy Garcia and Harry Vermeer, 26866 Lugar De Oro Drive - Display features gingerbread Santa and reindeer, candy canes, icicles, colored lights.
PHOTO (Color) Icicles cling to the fruit and branches of lemon trees in a grove in Santa Paula.
Icicles can damage siding and window sills, plus create slippery sheets of ice below.
Directions for Use explores the eroticism inherent in all physicality, from the endlessly vulnerable body to "the erogenous zones / of ancient icicles hanging in early spring," while plainly engaging themes of isolation, from others and from self.
Icicles has opened at Wakefield Road, Waterloo, in premises previously occupied by the Yorkshire Building Society.
An Icicle Xmas' was inspired by the beauty and mystery of icicles during winter.
Or try icicle lights, which mimic frozen icicles hanging from your house.
Falling icicles and chunks of snow pose a serious risk.
Measuring one metre high and complete with chocolate fences and sugar icicles the huge creating was a labour of love for the pastry chefs at the city's Cafe 21.
If you want ripples in your icicles, just add salt.
Just hang the scented icicles in your artificial tree branches, and you will experience the wonderful scents of Christmas.
Ice formation in rail tunnels is a safety issue around the world and icicles falling down onto railway tracks have caused several dangerous derailments over the years.